A WHITCHURCH theatre group is back with a summer of airport delays, useless burglars and greedy house buyers, which are all part of the show.

The Whitchurch Little Theatre Group will be performing in The Talbot Theatre, in Whitchurch Leisure Centre on Tuesday, July 12, in Marbury Village Hall on Wednesday, July 13, Bickerton Village Hall on Thursday, July 14 and Tilstock Village Hall the following day.

The shows will start at 7.30pm and tickets can be bought on the door.

Jenny Matthews from Whitchurch Leisure Centre said the first show involves travellers travelling back from Morocco.

She added: "Gate Thirteen' by Tony Frier is first up with a group of disparate travellers waiting for their flight home from Marrakech.

"John Oakden directs and the cast include Neil and Clare Ruffell, Mike and Jenny Matthews, Kathryn Goddard, Sarah and Scott Radford and Phil Wainwright.

"After the interval, the group will perform 'Just Desserts' by Judith Ezekiel.

"Scott and Sarah Radford play Simon and Caroline whose plans to renovate and resell an old house are thwarted by an elderly sitting tenant, Dorothy, (Karin Goddard).

"Rhoda Harper also makes her debut with the group and Katie Wainwright directs.

"Finally, it is 'Nickers' by Robert Scott, an author whose plays are regularly included in WLTG tours.

"And the cast in this play about a group of hapless burglars trying to steal a diamond from an old man's house includes three generations from one family.

"Phil Wainwright plays the old man and his son Jason Wainwright and grandson Cal Purcell are two of the burglars.

"Also in the cast are Katie Wainwright and Karin Goddard."

For more information call 07506724572.